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Atlantic Fleet Goes to Bydney. Auckland, Aug. 17—The Atlantic battleship fleet which tutu been here (or several days departed this morning (or Sydney. Snnta Clara Off For Valdes Seattle, Aug. 17—Steamship Santa Clara o( the Alaaka*Steamahip Com pany's fleet departed (or Valdez yes terday (orenoon. Steamship Edith o( the same company departed (or Cor dova, with (reight. Government la to ^Intervene. j Winnipeg, Aug. 17—So serious has become the strike situation here that the government is planning to inter vene. Tho railway commission will represent the government in trying to bring the electrical workers and their employers to somejjaort of an agreement. Millionaire Wanta to Fly Washington, Aug. 14—Glenn Cur tis, the aeronaut and builder of flying machines has been commissioned to construct an exponai ve£ueroplaue (or a client whose .identity is withheld from the public. Curtis will go no further than to say thHt his client is a millionaire who enjoys flying and who i* willing to go to any expense to gratify his desires. Chafin I,nugha at Old Parties Chicago, Aug. 19—Kugeno Chafln, candidate for president on the prohi bition ticket, in accepting his nomi nation, last night declared that the platforms of the republican and demo cratic parties Hrc ridieulous und that the issues on which their campaigns are being conducted are farces. Harrltnan Orders 6,000 Cart* New York, Aug. 15—The llarriman roadn arc ready to put in an order for ti,U00 catH. Thin in the biggeat order of the year and in eonnidered an indi cative of the fact that the financier in confident of financial condition of the country. Atlantic Fleet Ih at Sydney Sydney, Aug. 20—The Atlantic hat tlcnhip fleet arrived in the harbor here this morning and wan greeted by a half million peraona, more than half of thorn having remained up all night. The fleet was flrat aightcd at thia morning and an hour later the vossela had dropped'^anchor juat ofl the city. Honduras Ih Again Peaceful WaHhington, Aug. 11—The United States minister to Houduraa cabled thin morning that peace in that coun try baa been re h to ret i and that it will probably maintain. Fernie Fire Ih Spreading Winnipeg, Aug. I I—The Fernie fire ban apread to the national park at lianff and la traveling rapidly. Doa perate effort* are being made to atay the progreaa of the blaze but uo far without reault. SyrianH Would Reform Turkn New York, Aug. 11—Syrians living in thin city are behind a movement having an its object the reformation of the Terrible Turk. The organiza tion la gaining rapidly in memherahlp and haa catahliahod branches In Cana da, Brazil and Mexico. Copper Passes Thirteen. New York, Aug. 14—After several successive fractional advaneea copper Unlay went to 13.H-4. Prlnterfl To Meet In St. Jo. lloaton, Aug. 14—The convention of the allied typographical, atero typer'n and eleetrotyper'e unions which Iihh been In aesHion here nd journod today. St. Joseph. Mo., will hs the place of meeting next year. Bryan Octa Big Stick Lincoln, Au^. 14—A number of farmcrx living In k near-l»y county yoHterday afternoon called upon Mr. Bryan and proHonted him with a hi# Htlck formed of fifty »ilvcr dollam. Mr. Itryau Ih in receipt of many in vitatioiiH to Hpeak coming from all HOoUonH of tho country. Sherman Receives Notification Utica, Auk. 19—Candidate Hher man yoHterday received formal notifi cation of bin nomination an vice-pren identlal candidate on the republican ticket. The occaHion wan made a hol iday In Utlca. Traina Htnnah And Man Dlea I Heattle, Aiik. 10—Joseph Thomp son a mall clerk in dead and Knglnoer Wlnhard Ih Hovereiy injured as the result of a collision yesterday even ing between passenger trains on the Northern Pacific. Tho tralnH came together near Woodlnvllle. Kotalnn Return# In Kotiinn votoJ ft for Wlckor#d»am, ft for Ronan and 2 for (Hum. The oftlolal returns were received tills morning by I lie clerk of the UnlUd Utates court in Valdez. SARATOGA OWNERS GET INSURANCE Vessel Wrecked on Busby Reef is to be Replaced with the Ohio. Seattle, *Aug.|20—IJyi payment to day of thejlant installment of the in surance money duo on the steamship Saratoga the intuirauce company has discharged its obligation to the Alas ka Steamship Company. The total insurance is $11*0,000. Thu Alaska Steamship,Company is negotiating with the White Star Steamship Company for the purchase of it ho Ohio. Tho former company owns about -If) per cent of the'Oliio at present, the other equity in the ves sel being controled by the White Star people, the equity equalling the in surance money paid for the Saratoga. APPLICATION NO. 052. In the United States J,and Office at Juneau, Alaska, Aug. 13, 1908. Notice 1* hereby |tivol» that in 'pursuance of hii Act <>( Ciiliitri'tii, a|»i»r• »vI Mav 10, 1872, Kciineenu Mines Company, I• > ami through It* regularly appointed manager mid attorney In (act, whose Post Ofllcc address !>• Kctine eott, Alaska, has made application for n I'. S. I'll tent, (or the "Mammoth No. 1." "the Mam moth No 2." the "Dan" hii<I "Clark" |>litcer claims and the "Flurry" lode claim, blaring geld and other minerals, together with surface ground an Allowed by law, 1> ttiir and Icing and situute In the Recording Precinct of Val dez. District of Alaska, and described hy the official plat and by the Held notes o( I'. S. Min eral Survey No 771. oil tile in theolllee id the Register of the Juneau I.and District, Ala-kit, as follows, tow it: Mammoth No. i. Piackr Hegilining at cor. No. I a grecnMonc stand ing itixl'.xla iiif above ground chiselled 1-771. I'. H. I. M. No. hears N. 82 dcg. Gil lulu. 17 sec. K. 4128.X1 tl. tin lice W. 2323.20 It. No. 2, a greenstone :t xlN\lj inv set 1% ins. In ground, and marked 2 771; tln ncc «. :.!•>! fl to cor. No. 8, a spruce post ins >>i standing 2 1-2 ft. above groulid marked 3 7,1; IheliceN. ttl dcg .'ill in in. K 2i,:u'i.27 fl No I, a spruce post I I 2 in-. >•(. standing I 2 ft. above ground rerll.cd 1,71; ilien.c N I'.'.n it. tocor.N'o. 1, the pluee «»l beginning Vatln tlolis at nil corners :ji i!eg nun K Area 135.673 acres. The location notice of said iiiinin.: claim hulncdllly of record in the iflie. >.l t!ie Ids trlet rU'Corder at Viilde/. Alaskii. Ill it I of Milling Location'- at page Mil. oi I lie records ol the Recording I'lecliicl oi \ aide/ Alaska, This claim is hounded on the north hv un known claimants; on the south l>y Comiiiim tlou No. 3. I'laccr; on l lie east l>\ < ouihiiuilloii No. f> I'lneer; and on the west hv the Main moth No. 2. I'lacer. MaMMoiII No. 2. Pl.ACKH. Ilcgitiriing at cor. No. I, a spruce post G Ins. hij. 1 1 2 ft long set 2 I 2 ft. in ground scribed 1771, I'. H. Location Monument N'o. G, bears N. 70dcg. II mill. -It 7 see. K. 7137.o»i ft; Ihciice W. Var. 3u dcg.mi ruin. K. :iMti It to eor, No. 2, n spruce post | I 2 in*. s<|, l 12 ft. long sel 2 1-2 ft in ground scribed 2-771; thence S. Var. 21 deg 4(1 mill. K. |8I.'> ft. to col . No (; thence K. Var. 31 deg. :«» min. K 3810 It. to cor. No. I, a spruce post t Ins, s«|. standing 2 ft. above ground icrihed 1-7/1; thence N. Tar, 3odeg.0o inlii, K. 181G fl. to cor. N< . I, I he •place ol be gliinlng. Area ItiO acres. The location notice of said mining claim being duly of record in I he office of tin- His. Iriet Recorder at Vablez, Alaska, In llook J of Mining Locations, at page 320, ol the Record ing Precinct of Vitldcy., A lasS.a This claim is bounded on the north b> unknown claimants; on the south hy the Koiifc I'lacer; on the east by Combiiiation I'laccr No 3, and Mammoth No. 1 I'lacer; un<! on ll.e wist In unknown claimants. ! >» n ;ri \< Kit beginning Ht ci.r N<> I Identical with S. K. cur ill till' location, nil <H'!H|;iillill steel • 11' 111 .'10 till long Set lh Ills. Ill glolllld I'll IM'Ifll I H 771. U. H l.oc n I i o 11 Monument Nii ■>, benrs N. 47 ilc|(. 4U mill. 4.V? hit. K. 2.Vi7.|i> It; theme \V. 2532.Ho fc. to cor. No. 2, it spruce post I ins. h<|. I 1-2 li. long, set 2 I 2 H In ground, scribed 2-7-771; thence N. :t'221 ft. tit rur. No. :t; thence K. CMI.Ik't II. to cor. Nil. 4; theme S. ;t7 deg. "" mil). K. 2H.H.I 2i ft. t<> cor. No. 5, mi octagon steel 11 rill 7 M Ins. I n ill u. 30 ins. long, set 2 I ins. in solid rock chiseled 5-771; thence S. r>7 deg. 31) uitn. \V. 297.20 ft. to cor No. 0; thence H. 22 deg. :t0 inln. K. fUMj it. to cor. No. 7; t lie tier H. 3A deg. 0" inln. K. :m>7.ho ft to cor. No. 1. tlie place of )>«'KiiiiiIhk Var iation nt til I corncis no dig. no mln, K. Ann I29.46H acre*. The location not Ice nt said mining cliiini fus ing duly of record In t lie office of the District Krciirilvr nt Vuldcr, Alaska, In llook J, of Mining l.ocatlons, ut pngeUIKnfthe record# of ibe Recording Precinct of Valdez, Alaska, Thin elmI in Ih bounded on the north hy on known claimants; on Uterolith hy the ('lark Placer; on the east hy the Jumbo No. 1. Jiunho No 2 unit the Klnrry 1/nlc Clalin*;and on the west hy unknown claim • nil*. Cl.AIlK I't.ACKH beginningntcor No. I. n greenstone stand lllh I2xbx 12 ins nhove ground, chiseled 1-771. I!. H location Monument No. ft, henrs S. 42 (leg. 37 in 1 ii. 40 see. K 1257,20 ft ; thence S. 37 deg. 45 tiiin W 1320 It to cor. No, 2, n greenstone • tamllng 12xloxl I ins. nhove ground chiseled 2-771; thenru N. 'it deg. 15 mln. W. IHH ft. to cor. No. H, n rock In |tlnce chiseled 8 771; thence 22 (leg. 4\ mln. \V.| 000 ft. to cor. No. 4; thence H. 59 <lcK- 15 mln. \V 17 Krt ft. to cor. No, 5, n spruce post I Ins so. standing Ins. ahovw gorund aerlbed 5 771; thence \V, S329.03 ft. to cor. No, r>, n spruce |>ost f> Ins. h<j. studding IH ins. altove Kroninl scribed ti 771' thence N. '2274 ft. to cor. No 7; thence K. 2532 M0 ft. to cor No. M; thence H. 35dcg. 00 mill. H 82X 20 It. to cor. No. 9, n limestone standing 12x7x12 Ins. nhove ground chiseled 9-771: thence K 301 ft. to cor. No It): thence H 59 deg 15 mln. K 233 ft In cur. No, 1 the place of beginning. Variation nt nil corners .10 'leg. no mln K, Area 152.900 acre*. The locution not lew of suhl mining clnlm being duly of record In the office of the PI* trlet Recorder nt Vablez, Alaska, In llook J. of Mining l/ocatlon* at page 319, nl the records of the Recording Precinct of Valdcz, Alaska. This clnlin Is hounded on the north Ity the linn l')Hccr;nti the south hy Combination No. 5 Placer; on (lie Kongo and Mnmmoth l^ule claims, and the lllne I'lncer; and on the west Ity unknown claimant*. Fl.URHY l/®bR, beginning at cor No. I. Identical with cor. No. 3. Itonge I/hIc, U. H I,. M. No. 5, hears H 40 "leg 18 mln 41 0 ace. K. 2M.M.H3 ft.; thence N. 22 drg. no mln. W. rw ft. to cor. No. 2. Identical with cor, No, fl. Pan I'laccr; thence N. 07 (leg. an mln. K. 150Uft to cor No. 3; thence H. 22 deg. 30mln. K. oooft. to cor. No. 4, limestone 24 x 10 x 10 Ins sot 12 Ins. In ground chiseled I 771; thence H. 07 deg 30 mln. W. I.VKi ft. tncor. No. I the place of beginning Variation at all comers ;io deg oo mln. K. Net Area 17.772 acre*. The location notice of said claim being duly of record In the office of the district Recorder at Valde*, Alaska. In Hook A. of Mining l/tcatlons. at page 170, of the records of the Recording I'reelnet of vaI det, Alaska. This claim Is bounded on the north hy the Jumbo No. 2 I^m1«; on the south bv the Rouge l/wle; on the east by unknown Claimant*; and on the west by the linn Placer Claim. The survey covering said mining claims Itelng designated as Mineral Hurvey No. 771. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said mining claims or surface ground, are hereby rei|nlred to flic ihclr nd verse claim*, with the Register of the P.H. ■Ann Office at Juneau, Alaska, during the lity day. period (if publication thereof, or they will ha barred by virtue of thc«latutc Johm W Pool.KV, Register. It It hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published foi ten conacutlve week* In the "Valile* Weeklv Prnapoctor," a weekly news pa|i«r published at Valdex. Alaska. John W. lit'M.itv, Register. Pate of first publication August 201 h, l<M)H Pate of lait putdlcatlon October 22nd, 190R JoMK I.YOMS, Attorney for CUImant. ELLAMAR SOLID FOR WIGKERSHAM Mining Town Comes to Front With Twenty-three Votes for the Winner Ellumar voted its entire strength for Jamct) Wickersham at the delegate election' giving him twenty-three votes. The rctuniH have heen slow in coining in aiul ofllcial*returns go direct to District. Clerk Wells in Fair banks. It will ho some time yet before all the ratnriiH from the westward are re ceived hnt the Pennsylvania i« ex pected to bring some election news. Omaha Gets Next Grand Aerie. Seattle, Aug. 15—The delegates to the Grand Aerie of Eagles now in ses sion initliis city ^voted this morning to hold the next Grand Aerie in Oma ha. APPLICATION No. 051. 111 the United States Laiul Ofllee at Juneau, Alaska, Aug. lit l!H)K. Notice is hciehy given that iu pursuance ol nn Acl tif Congress approved May lOtli, 1*72, Kcnnccott Mines Company' by and through its regit iarly appointed manager ami attorney ill fact, whose post ofllce address is Kemiecott, Alaska, has made aptdlcation for a U.S. Pat ent, lor i he ••Sweet, "National," "Independ ence," "HoiiAii/.a," and "Rouge." placer claims, bearing gold and other minerals, together w ith surface ground as allowed by law, lying, be ing ami situate In the Recording Precinct ol Viilde/. district of Alaska, and- described by the olliclal plat and by the Held notes of 13. S, Mineral Survey No "70, on tile in the otliee ol the Register of the Juneau l.and District, Alas ka, as follows, to-wit: SWKKT Pl.ACKH liCKinningat ('or. No. 1 identical with tlx 8 \V. Cor. of tlic location, not set as it (alls on the east edge of the Kemiecott lllacier where it <"(ir. could not be made perinaneilt, I'. H I.. M. No. :'l, bears S HS deg. a) mill. K, 349.36 ft. Thence cast 2000 ft. to Cor. No. 2, a spruce post I ins. square I 1-2 ft. long, set is Ills, in the ground scribed 2.2, 770; tlienee North 2fi32.i'iO f t. t<i i "(ii No 3. a spruce postins. s<| I 1-2 ft. Intitf. set 2 ft. *n Ki'oimd, scribed 3.770; thence West 3217. lo ft to Cor. No. -f, a greenstone 32 x Is x U his. set 20 ins. in Krolllid chiseled a (x) and I. 1 77o; t hence S. 2t deg. 4'.» mill. K along east edge K en net hi i (iuseter 29l)0.f)0 ft. to Cor, No. 1. the place i,i beginning Variation at all corner* ;t»» ileg. on mm. K. Area I.ri7 .Wi'J acres.* The Incatioii notice of said mining claim be fug duly of reeiird in the'oflicv of the District Recorder at Yalilc/., Alaska, iu Hook J. of Mill ing locations, at page SIM. of the records of tin Recording I'rccitiet of J Valdez, Alaska. Thl» claim Is bounded on the north by the National I'laeer Claim; on tlie sunth by the Inde|ieild ence I'laeer claim; on the east by unknown cla I in it nt > and on the west i>y unknown claim an^. NaTIONAI. Pl.ACKH. Iti'Kinning at cor No. 1. Identical wit Ii tin S. \\ . cur. of the location, and with cor. No. I of tlieHweel I'laeer claim; U. S. L. M. No. 21 bears S. :iodeg 3!i mill. 31 sec. K. 3072.XM f I. tbcii('( 1-ast 2.*i.>7. mi ft to cor. No. 2, a spruce post !• Ins s<|. I ft. long, set 2 ft in ground, with mound ol stone • (Tilled 2 770; tlienee north 231K.52 ft. t< cor. No. 3, a spruce post ,'i Ins. s<j. 4 ft. Ioiik sel 2 ft. ill ground, scribed .'1 2-770; thence \Vesl 32.V.i ii > ft to cor. No 4,ii spruce post 7 ins. si| I i-i ft. long set 2 1-2 ft. Iu ground, with mound ol stone si 11 bed II. 770; tlienee South III deg. .>1 mill. K along east cilge of Kciiiiecntt (dueler, 2-122..Ml ft. to cor. No. f.tlie place of begitinillg. Variation at all corners ISO deg. 00 loin. K. Arcs l.M sos acres. The location not ice of said iiiin'ng claim be lligdiilyo' lecord «li the ofllce of the District Recorder at \ a Id.iz, A la-k a. In Itook J. of Mill i 11X l,ocat ions, at page 317, of the records of the Record ng I'reeinet of Valdez, Alaska. This claim is hounded on the north bv the Itonanza Placer; on the south by the Sweet Placer; on the east by C. S Mineral Survey No. GI.V, and on (lie west by unknown clnlm ants. IMiRI'KNIlKKCK I'l.ACKK. Beginning at cor. No. 1. Identical with cor No. I. Hwcui I'lacer Mini W illi N. \V. cor. of the l.ociit ion, \vhem c IT. S. I,. M. No. 21, bears H. SW iIck 20 in I n. K. 349.30 ft. thence Kast 2000ft. to cor. No. 2. Iilcllticiil with cor. No. 2. Sweet I'lacer ; thciicc Hotith 2320 ft. to cor No.a Cot tonwood post 1 Ilik. Kij. t ft. long, set 1H ins. in ground, scribed 3 770; thence West lt.1ti.70 ft. to cor. No. I; thence Norths dcg. 39 mill. W. tiloiiK east edge Kcnnecott (ilacler 2310. Ml ft. to cor. No. I. the place of beginning. Var iation at all corners 30 dcg. 00 inln. Area 517.100 awrea The location notice of Miiil mining claim be ing duly of record In the office of the District Recorder at Vahle/, Alaska, in Book », of Min ing Locations at page 320, of the records of the Recording Precinct of Valdc/., Alaska. Tills claim In hounded on the north by the Sweet I'lacer; on the South hy link Down claim aula; on the east and wesihy unknown claim ants. Bonanza I'i.ackr. Beginning at cor. No. I. identical with cor. No, 4 National I'lacer, whence U. S. h. M. No. '21 hears S. 24 deg. St luin. 31 see. K. 6156.44 ft. tlience Kast 32M.05 ft to cor No. 2: thence norln 2114.71 ft. to cor. N». 3, a spruce post4 Ins. fti|. I ft. long set 2 ft. In ground, with luoutnl of nod and earth scribed 3-2.770; thence West 3211.37 ft. to cor. No. 4. Identical with N. W. cor. of lo cation : thence ft. M dcg. 20 mill. K. along east edge of Kcnnecott (ilacler 490 ft. to cor. No. 5, a granite atone SO x 12 x 12 ins. set 20 ins. in ground chiselled ft-770; thence H. 22deg. 1H miii. W. along Kast edge of Kcnnecott (ilacler 1039 ft. to cor. No. f>, a spruce post 0 Ins. so. 4 1-2 ft. long set 2 I -2ft. in ground, with mound of stone scribed 0-770; thence H. IK dcg. W win, K. along Kast edge <d Kcnnecott (ilacler 721.25 ft. to the place of beginning. Variation at nil corners :r» dcg. 00 in In. K Area l.'<9.027 acres. The location notice of said ingoing claim he lite duly of record In the office of the District Recorder, at Valdcsr., Alaska, In llook J of .Mining l/ocations, at page 321, of the recordsof the Kcco'-ding precinct of Valdcz. Alaska This claim Is hounded on the North by the Rouge I'lacer: on the Month by the National I'lacer; on the Kast by II. S. Survey No. 015: and on llic Went by unknown claim ant*. ROI'OK I'l.ACKK . Ilfgliiiiliig at cor. No. I. Identical with the H W. cor. of (lie location, and with Cor. No. i. Ilo nan/a I'lacer, U.S. t, M. No. 21 hears S. 17 dcg. 20 in In. 10 sec. K. 7410(18 ft. tlience Kist 8213.87 f(. locor. No. 2; thence Norlh IWfi ft to cor. No, 3, a spruco post 0 Ins. s<|. 4 1-2 ft. long set 2 1-2 ft In ground with mound of stnna wrlbcd 3 770; Iheiice West 3720.83 ft to cor. No. 4; tlience S 14 dcg. 20 mill, K. Variation 31 deg. 30 in In. K. along cast edge of Keunecott (Ilacler 29(0ft. to cor No. I the place of la-ginning Variation at all corners except the last 30 deg. 00 inln K. Area 158.920 acres. The locallou notlceof said claims being duly of record In the office of the district Recorder at Valdcx, Alaska, III Book J. of Mining Locat ions. at page 317. of the records of the Record ing I'fceliict of Valde*, Masks. This claim Is hounded on the Norlh hy unknown claimants; on the Booth by the Bonanrs I'lacer; on the Kast hy It. H. Mineral Survey No. 015: and on the West by unknown claimants. Thesurvey covering said mining claims being designated as Mineral Survey No. 770. Any and all persons claiming advcrsi ly any portion of said milling claim* or surface ground are hereby required to llle their adverse claim, w llli the Register of the I). 8. Mild Office at Juneau. Alaska, during the sixty days period i»f publication thereof or (hey will be barred by virtue of the statute. John rt. Drtii,by Register. II Is hereby ordered thai the foregoing notice )(• published for ten consecutive weeks In the 'Valdcx Weekly I'mspeetor," a weekly new* ia|>er published at Valdos, Alaska, Johnw. Dpm.sr, Register Date of first publication August 20th, 190H I Date of lasl publication October 22d., 1908 | John I.yons, Attorney for Claimant. To OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS We wish to announce that we have taken over the business of A* L. LEVY & CO* in its entirety and said business will hereafter be conducted under the firm name of S. BLUM & CO., INC. There will be no change in the policy of the business as the same will be managed by S. 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"When I loft Fairbanks" said Mr. Orr last evening, "they were in need of rnln but I underHtand that rain has fallen since my departure, At. that, time about $5,000,000 had been taken out anil the operators confidently ex pected to take »>ut at least $!»,000,(HK» more before the eloso of the season. "The road commission lias been do ing fine work all along the trail, and It Ih work that will be of permanent, advantage to travel. It. will be a (treat help to the atago business tbift winter." Mr. Orr will remain in Hoattlo only a short time before returning to Val doj! for the winter. Banta Clara Han Rough Voyage Hoattlo, Aug. 15- Steamship Hauta Clara of t he Alaska HtaitmttHIp Com pany'* float arrived from Valdez yes terday after a hard voyago. Hough weather was encountered nearly all tho way. SUBSCRIBE TO The PROSPECTOR Either The Daily or Weekly Sent to The States Will Be a Iyetter Sent Home. Daily, $1.00 prr. Month In Advnnco. Weekly, $8.00 per. Year In Advanoe. OKLAHOMA'S GOVERNOR HAS EDITOR ARRESTED Oklahoma. City, Au^. 10--(lovornor Haskell today oatmod the arront <»f lid 1 tor Honodlot of Mm Tlmon who In charged with criminal libel. Heno dlct gave hall. The arrest. I» the ont oorne of political dHTornnoon, The HU>ry pnhllahed hy tho Times ami which lot! to fcho arrest rontaliiH tho chargo that (lovomor Haskell in Kansas City last Jnno wftH In confer ence with Htandnrd f >11 Interest* at a time when ho was supposed to ho In Muskogee. Tho Inference east Is that t.ho governor had reprohonsihlo reas ons for mooting t.ho Htandard people. Notice of Dissolution of Co-Part., ncrnliip. Notion Ih heroby given that tlio eo »artuerfthlp heretoforo exlHtlng bo •ween H. ilium an<1 A. \t. Levy doing a gonoral moroantlln and banking linninnHH in Valdea, Alanka, undor tho Arm namo and ntylo of A. L. I/«vy tk Company, haw MiTh day boon dlRoolved by mutual coiiHont. And tbnt «ald IxiHinoHH and all t.ho property owned by Haid firm haw boon Hold, tratinfarrod and delivered to H. Blum & Company a corporation. That ftald H. Mum « Company will oolloot all dnbt* duo the firm of A. L. Levy & Company, and will j»av and diaehmve all indebt ed nam* of tfie «ald A. I*. Levy A Com pany. Dated at Valdor, Alawka, thl« 10th day of Auguat, 1008. 8. Blum. A. L. Levy.